Book Title: Song of the Night
Author: Zoe Burgess
Publisher: Britain’s Next Bestseller
Narrator: Don Warrick
Release Date: March 2019
Genre: Paranormal M/M Romance
Trope/s: Forbidden love, Obsession
Themes: Gender identity, longing
Heat Rating: 3 flames
Length: 8 hours and 20 minutes
It is a standalone story.
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‘I call it lust, or obsession. I’m too old to remember the meaning of love. This obsession is the closest I can come.’
A tormented boy.
A cursed man.
A love so dangerous it will change them both… forever.
Yue-ren is a young boy, confused about his identity and trying to find his place in the world. Ignored by his mother, who wished for a girl, Yue-ren decided to become one.
He succeeded too well.
Cain has been a vampire for as long as he can remember.
He has seen much, seduced many and killed more.
He has never known love.
Until he meets Yue-ren.
An obsessive love, threatened by those around them, Cain and Yue-ren will have to fight to be together.
Whether Yue-ren will be with his love as human or vampire, remains to be seen.
‘Song of the Night’ is an erotic love story with a paranormal twist.
About the Author
Zoe Burgess is an upcoming author inspired by the works she has read and the genres she loves. Zoe spent her University years studying Media, Japanese Creative Industries and holds two Masters in this ﬁeld, specialising in Gender and Sexuality in anime. This led to expanding her love of manga and anime, presenting research at conventions and conferences, as well as setting up her own art business. The stories and worlds discovered during this time was what inspired her own writing. Zoe realised that her passion for fantasy, her imagination and desire for non-heteronormative story telling could be explored in the ﬁctional worlds she creates.
Now she writes the stories that she herself would love to read and explores themes and genres close to her heart.
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One Reply to “Audio Spotlight: Song of the Night, by Zoe Burgess”
This looks like an interesting audio book.